Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by DSM5, Mar 22, 2011.
Warrington 82 Harlequins 6.Â What sort of game do they play over there?
who were the all the point scorers ?
What is more of a worry is that the London Harlequins had already won at least 3 out of their 5 matches.
When I saw them on tv the other week Luke Dorn was at fullback and Chad Randall was at halfback!!!!
Glad I didn't watch that game if those 2 are playing. Would have loved to see them smashed though.
How many tries were scored in the game?
Looking at the title I though someone had been to Newcastle........
Warrington: Hodgeson, J Monaghan, Blythe, Bridge, Evans, Briers, Myler, Carvell, M Monaghan, Wood, Grix, Westwood, Harrison.
Subs: Morley, Solomona, Mitchell, Clarke.
Harlequins: Dorn, Melling, Howell, Pryce, OÃ¢Â€Â™Callaghan, Gale, Randall, Ward, Ellis, Wilkes, Clubb, Purdham, Bailey.
Subs: Temata, Ambler, Bryan, Kouparitsas.
Warrington tries: Bridge (3), Briers, Solomona (2), Myler, Evans, Morley, Mitchell, Blythe, Westwood (2), Hodgson.
Goals: Hodgson, 13/14.
Harlequins tries: Dorn.
Referee: Steve Ganson.
How can you defend a line wearing those pink jerseys?
LOL thats what I was thinking
Wow, thats disgracefully bad.
No way any of those Quins players deserve to be called professionals.
Now explain who've they've beaten....
Leeds and St Helens in some of those games.
Chris Bailey No. 12 for Harlequins.
It was a top of the table clash (or near enough too) as well.
Look at the difference in the two sides in terms of players.
Quins are doing a good thing by playing mostly London players.
Now have a look at the Wire how many Australians/Kiwis/Islanders are in there team?
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Is that Luke Dorn as their fullback?
Both the monoscams brothers in the same side that could have been the score factor.
Who cares about Dorn,Bailey is in that team of losers lol
Shane, we all should care for past Manly players. (except maybe Orford)
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